Action / Drama / Thriller

IMDb Rating 6.4 10 86,887


Downloaded 198,989 times
April 15, 2019


Amandla Stenberg as Cat - 10
Max Martini as Paul
Michael Vartan as Detective Crawford
Zoe Saldana as Adelina Fortnight
701.38 MB
23.976 fps
108 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by LeonLouisRicci 7 / 10 / 10

Visceral Mind-Numbing Entertainment

If you watch Movies like this you want a lot of Cool Action, stylish presentation, and an energy driven scenario that is a Comic Book like other place. This one has all that. Not very intelligent or plausible or much to think about, just a visceral ride for a mind-numbing couple of hours. This is a slick and entertaining Girl With Guns romp, a favorite Character from Writer Luc Besson. His Films have a wide appeal and have varying degrees of success both as Art and as Entertainment. His best work is miles above his contemporaries and his worst is better than average. This one falls in between. It is Artistic and will please Fans of the Genre, but does not rate as near his best. It is above average in its frantic display of rampaging revenge and glossy fights that are appealing as flights of fancy. Not much here is believable in any real sense, but that is the attraction of Comic Books. Luc Besson owes much to that format and Artform. He is a Writer/Director who pays his debts.

Reviewed by writingferret 5 / 10 / 10

Someone wanted to make a female Jason Bourne but forgot the training part

The summary pretty much sums it up. The movie watches like a 12 year old boy took some notes from a few recent action movies, then proceeded to create a female Jason Bourne, only without any explanation as to how she gained the ability to fight that way. Literally the only nod to any sort of fighting cred from her uncle, guardian, and stated trainer, was his ability to beat the crap out of someone tied to a chair, and to shoot random cars in front of a school in broad daylight and walk calmly away after the cops had already arrived, for some reason. Then it's like, fast forward, she's a ninja/special ops/Batgirl I guess, but she only goes after Colombian crime lords. No segue. No explanation. Uh. You can literally watch the trailer for this movie and see all of the actual story that is in the movie. All that said, the cinematography is pretty good, the soundtrack is good, and the fight scenes are decently done, although they are basically carbon copies of various Jason Bourne scenes.

Reviewed by cinemajesty 5 / 10 / 10

The Short-Lived Picture

Movie Review: "Colombiana" (2011) Sending one of the busiest actresses in Hollywood with three currently active contracts for upcoming movie sequels starting from Paramount Pictures' "Star Trek", 20th Century Fox "Avatar" and Marvel's "Guardians of The Galaxy", Zoe Saldana directed by Olivier Megaton in a script by "Taken" (2008) writers Luc Besson & Robert Mark Kamen comes this senseless revenge action movie, which might have functioned as motion picture entertainment, if the cinematography would have benefited from the explosion-double-cut and mainly pointing-off-the-action editorial by editor Camille Delamarre under staggering at time wooden acting operations, which does not let an obligatory misplaced love story sparking for the leading character of Cataleya, portrayed and carried by Zoe Saldana, who's cold character lost her parents to a vicious drug baron, seeking to balance the bill with at least a well-executed towel to belt fist-on-fist fight scene, confronting the character of Marco, performed by some hostility spreading actor Jordi Mollá, in a villa bath room location that I am at ease that another 95 Minute action movie (excl. end credits) from Producer Luc Besson's EuroCorp entity had not been entirely wasted. © 2017 Felix Alexander Dausend (Cinemajesty Entertainments LLC)

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